Cornish Coast - Hayle, Cornwall to St Ives, Cornwall

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miles   98 - 100
Follow the road for two miles round Carnsew Pool to Lelant. Lelant has a railway station and offers motorists part and ride to St Ives. The path runs along the railway, past Lelant Halt
miles 100 - 102
Following the railway (there are not many trains to disturb you!) for this 2 mile stretch, you pass the mainly 15th century church of St Uny, with two ancient Cornish crosses in the churchyard
You then leave the enclosed harbour inlet, and regain the open sea, with a golf course to your left and Porthkidney Sands with its sea birds to your right

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miles 102 - 104
It is now on the cliffs round Carbis Bay, again following the railway line all the way, past Porthminster Beach and dropping down to St Ives harbour
St Ives , named after an Irish missionary saint, grew with pilchard fishing and mining, until the coming of the railway in the 1890's made it a popular seaside resort.
Today St Ives is a characterful town, lots of winding streets, and even a branch of the Tate Gallery - the area is also known as an artists colony
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                   St Ives Harbour                          St Ives town

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          old houses in St Ives             the sea in front of the Tate Gallery                 The Tate Gallery


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